Craig Shirley • http://www.washingtonpost.com • November 9, 2012
From the article:
“…Wall Street is too fearsome and corrupt for anyone’s good. We should find a way to create 50 Wall Streets so that money can stay in the states, and corruption can be kept to a minimum and law enforcement to a maximum. In the era of the Internet — which empowers the individual — can there be any doubt that scrutiny of local Wall Streets would keep bankers and brokers on their toes?”
How about 50 state-owned banks…so that money can stay in the states? We already have a good start with one — the Bank of North Dakota!
Read Craig’s complete article here.
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